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PostPosted: Wed Jun 02, 2010 9:51 pm 
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Yup, I saw this bug too. Already fixed.
thanks for reporting.
will be in v6.4

thanks for reporting.
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 8:24 am 
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The detection is perfect, but would like to request that the both titles are included in the renaming as compared to your notes for Build 6.3:

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theRenamer will now detect multi-episode files inputs like Lost.S05E16E17.720p.HDTV.X264-DIMENSION.mkv
(Only 2 episodes are detected. Output will only show the first title.)



For instance, I have a file
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Stargate.Universe.S01E01-E02.Air.Parts.1.and.2.HDTV.XviD-FQM.avi
. This needs to be renamed to:
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Stargate Universe - S01E01-02 - Air (1) and Air (2).avi
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 04, 2010 12:30 pm 
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Sorry, no plans to do this.
Easier for me to just show the multi-episode number. To get the additional titles would be quite some change.

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(Only 2 episodes are detected. Output will only show the first title.)

Maybe I didn't phrase this properly. I meant to say " Episode A to Episode B"
So it could be S01E01-06. Having titles for each episode would be a really long filename.

I've seen such multi-episode filenames in anime. Although it's not common, but you never know.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 03, 2010 5:24 pm 
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Alf, I agree that the filenames could get large, but the episode title names for part 1 can be different on the cloud (the source of the episode title names) than the subsequent parts.. and it results in a wierd looking filename.. for example, ive set the settings to rename as "Showname.SXXEXX-EXX.EPISODENAME.EXT". The current build of theRenamer (6.7), renames the files as...

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Lost.S06E01-E02.HDTV.Xvid-2HD.avi --> Lost.S06E01-E02.LA X (Part 1).avi

Stargate.Universe.S01E01-E02.Air.Parts.1.and.2.HDTV.Xvid-FQM.avi --->
Stargate Universe.S01E01-E02.Air (1).avi

Stargate.Universe.S01E03.Air.Part.3.HDTV.Xvid-FQM.avi -->
Stargate Universe.S01E03.Air (3).avi


As you can see the Episode Name adds the "(Part 1)" after "LA X" for Lost..and I would be good with either just "LA X" or, if it must, then the mention of both parts. And for Stargate it looks pretty wierd to see "Air (1)" then the next file name being "Air (3)". I guess its not in your control how they its named online, but, just to throw out some ideas, there can be a script to remove the "Part 1", "Part 2", "(1)", and "(3)" from the file names, or have the program rename the given title to something else like "Lost.S06E01-E02.LAX Part1-Part 2.avi"..

Sorry to keep briging this us, but this is my only issue with theRenamer thats stopping it from being the ultimate tv show organizer for me and I thought maybe these suggestions might help other users too..

Thanks.


Last edited by desimaniac on Sun Aug 08, 2010 3:52 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 03, 2010 8:35 pm 
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Hmm, so it's just the first title in the filename, but adding the multi-episodes number Part1-Part2. basically a dash between parts when it's multi episode?

I could do that, but I can see conflicts between multi-episode filenames (E01-E02), and multi part filenames (2 part episodes).

Do note that the only way I check for part 1 episode is when the file is in a folder called CD1, or when a file has "part1" word in it.
So now I also assume multi-episode filenames are part1 part2 as well?

Looking at Stargate Universe:
If the original filename is Stargate Universe.S01-S02.whatever.avi
It will rename to Stargate Universe.S01-S02.Air (1).Part1-Part2.avi

If for some reason, an original filename is eg.: Pokemon.S01E01-10.avi (10 different stories), it will be renamed to Pokemon.S01-S10.Pilot.Part1-Part10.avi

See my problem?
Anyway, I'll think about it.


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:51 am 
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I can see your dilemma. Tricky..


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 15, 2010 1:23 pm 
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Just a recap to what were talking about:

Multi-Part Files are usually SINGLE show that are split into 2 parts (files).
More common in Movie shows whereby a single movie is stored in CD1 and CD2 folder, but it also works in TV mode.
-\Batman Returns\CD1\bmr.avi
-\Batman Returns\CD2\bmr.avi


Multi-Episode Files are single files that have different shows packed into a single file.
Usually a 2 part episode packed together into 1 file.
- Stargate Universe.S01E01-E02.avi


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